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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Fort Worth Historic Stockyards, TX, US - Video

Fort Worth is in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas. It is part of the Dallas/Fort Worth-Arlington metroplex. Sometimes referred to as Cowtown, it is by far closer to its cowboy roots than neighboring Dallas.

The Fort Worth Historic Stockyards is a one of a kind location with many unique attractions. It is the only place in the US that has a daily cattle drive! Texas Longhorns are driven down East Exchange Avenue which is right in the heart of the Stockyards.

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Monday, December 28, 2009

Baton Rouge, LA, US - Video

Baton Rouge is the capital of the State of Louisiana and second-largest city of Louisiana. The city of Baton Rouge was named over 300 years ago when on March 17, 1699, Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d'Iberville, led an expedition along the Mississippi River.

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Saturday, December 26, 2009

Houston Indian Temples, TX, US - Video

Hare Krishna Dham of Houston, TX
1320 W. 34th Street.Houston, TX 77018.

Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Temple, Houston, 1150 Brand Lane, Stafford, TX 77477.

Sri Saumyakasi Sivalaya [Siva temple] Chinmaya Prabha - Chinmaya Mission Houston, 10353 Synott Road, Sugar Land, Texas 77478.

Swami Narayana Temple, Houston, 10080 Synott Rd,
Sugarland, TX 77479.

Meenakshi Devasthanam, Pearland, TX , 17130 McLean Road (C.R 104), Pearland, (Houston) TX.

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Friday, December 25, 2009

Dallas, Austin & San Antonio Indian Temples, TX, US - Video

D/FW Hindu Temple Society, 1605 N. Britain Road, Irving, TX 75061.

SHIRDI SAI CENTER OF TEXAS at IRVING, 1037 W.ROCHELLE RD, IRVING, TX-75062.

Dallas Hare Krishna temple - (KALACHANDJI'S), 5430 Gurley Ave.,Dallas, TX 75223.

Austin Hindu Temple & Community Center, 9801 Decker Lake Rd, Austin, TX 78724.

Hindu Temple of San Antonio, 18518 BANDERA ROAD, HELOTES,TX, 78023.

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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Barsana Dham, Austin, TX, US - Video

Barsana Dham is the main U.S. center of Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat. With the Gracious blessing of Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj (Shree Maharajji), Barsana Dham was established by H.D. Swami Prakashanand Saraswati (Shree Swamiji) in 1990.

Barsana Dham is a local landmark and a source of pride for Austinites. It is recognized as a source of authentic knowledge about the Hindu faith. Barsana Dham regularly offers educational tours to a wide variety of groups, including schools and universities.

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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

San Antonio, TX, US - Video

San Antonio is the second largest city in the state of Texas. San Antonio is a beautiful city at the axis of three different geological terrains: Hill Country, South Texas Plains and Prairie and Lakes. There's a lot to do in this city: fine art museums, historical missions and plenty of amusement parks in addition to great dining and drinking. The culture and people are vibrant and interesting.

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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Pensacola(Beach and National Museum of Naval Aviation), FL, US - Video

Pensacola is a historic beach city in northwest Florida, in the US. It is located in Escambia County, Florida""s westernmost county, at the tip of the "panhandle". The city is home to the Pensacola Naval Air Station, the National Museum of Naval Aviation and many historic districts that skirt the downtown area. Surrounded on three sides by water, the Pensacola area is full of history, shipwrecks, beaches and spectacular vistas.

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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Austin, TX, US - Video

Austin is a city of over 700,000 in the Hill Country region of Texas. It's the capital of Texas and a college town, and also a center of alternative culture away from the major cities on the American coasts, although the city is rapidly gentrifying with its rising popularity. Austin's attitude is commonly emblazoned about town on T-Shirts and bumper stickers that read: "Keep Austin Weird." Austin is also marketed as the "Live Music Capital of the World" due to the large number of venues.

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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Pittsburgh, PA, US - Video

Pittsburgh is a city of about 350,000 in Allegheny County, at the center of the Pittsburgh Region in southwestern Pennsylvania; the population of its metropolitan area is about 2.4 million.

It is situated at the confluence of the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers, which meet to form the Ohio River. Pittsburgh""s unique terrain has resulted in an unusual city design and a hodge-podge of unique neighborhood "pockets" with diverse ethnic and architectural heritage. Pittsburgh has a rich history and, for its size, an unusual array of cultural treasures, largely thanks to the wealth that was generated when Pittsburgh was a hub of industry.

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Sunday, December 6, 2009

SanAntonio, TX, US - Pictures - Upcoming Video

San Antonio is the second largest city in the state of Texas. San Antonio is a beautiful city at the axis of three different geological terrains: Hill Country, South Texas Plains and Prairie and Lakes. There's a lot to do in this city: fine art museums, historical missions and plenty of amusement parks in addition to great dining and drinking. The culture and people are vibrant and interesting.

See :

* The Alamo.
* Aztec on the River (aka Aztec Theatre).
* Casa Navarro State Historical Park.
* King William Historic Area.
* River Walk Tour BoatRiver Walk (aka Paseo del Rio).
* San Antonio Missions National Park.
* San Antonio Zoological Gardens and Aquarium.
* Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch. Home to a great Drive-thru Safari Park!
* SeaWorld.
* Six Flags Fiesta Texas
* The Torch of Friendship sculpture
* The Tower of the Americas characterizes the city's skyline
* San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
* The San Antonio Botanical Garden

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Pensacola, FL, US - Pictures - Upcoming Video

Pensacola is a historic beach city in northwest Florida, in the US. It is located in Escambia County, Florida's westernmost county, at the tip of the "panhandle". The city is home to the Pensacola Naval Air Station, the National Museum of Naval Aviation and many historic districts that skirt the downtown area. Surrounded on three sides by water, the Pensacola area is full of history, shipwrecks, beaches and spectacular vistas.

See :

* Naval Air Station Pensacola, S. end of Navy Blvd.

* The Blue Angels. The elite jet-fighter pilots of the U.S. Navy are stationed at NAS Pensacola for part of the year, and if you're in the west portion of Pensacola at 8:30 AM when they practice, you may be able to see them performing flight maneuvers overhead.

* Fort Barrancas, Taylor Rd.

* National Museum of Naval Aviation, 1750 Radford Blvd.

* Pensacola Lighthouse, 190 Radford Blvd. Lighthouse lovers may want to check out the black-and-white Pensacola Lighthouse.

* Mardi Gras in Pensacola is a time to let your hair down, dye it purple, then march into the streets or bars for shiny beads, moon pies, liquor and fun. Don't go too wild though!

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New Orleans, LA, US - Pictures - Upcoming Video

New Orleans is the most celebrated city of the American South, and the largest city in Louisiana, as well as the state's top visitor destination. The city has a reputation for historical roots, hot and muggy weather, great food, great music, and great times. Despite being hit hard by Hurricane Katrina in late 2005, New Orleans is still the tourist hot-spot it always has been. Jazz music still rules the city's streets and there's still a bit of Mardi Gras all year round.

See :

* Historic architecture in neighborhoods
- Ornate colonial French and Spanish in The French Quarter
- Victorian mansions Uptown
* Historic cemeteries are in the Uptown, Treme, and Mid-City areas - Cities of the Dead
* the Superdome, in the Central Business District
* Museums and Aquarium of the Americas, Central Business District
* Audubon Zoo, Uptown
* New Orleans Museum of Art and City Park in Mid-City
* the Mississippi River - great views from the French Quarter, the Algiers ferry, and the Audubon Zoo "Butterfly" park Uptown
* St. Louis Cathedral holds regular celebrations of the Catholic Mass
* Occult and Voodoo Destinations
- The Alombrados Encampment hosts the Gnostic Mass and frequent classes on Magick
- Island of Salvation Botanica distributes Voodoo goods and holds Voodoo ceremonies
- Starling Books and Crafts and Esoterica supply excellent wares, herbs, and oils.

Do :

* Streetcar rides St. Charles Avenue (green cars) is the oldest continuously operating streetcar in the U.S.; the Canal Street route also provides a pleasant ride.

* Riverboat cruises - short or long cruises, some of which have quite good jazz bands on board. Enjoy the Steamboat Natchez Riverboat Cruise.

* Casino gambling at Harrah's next to the Quarter in the Central Business District.

* Mardi Gras World - with thousands of sensational sculptured props and breath-taking giant figures -- it's the place where Mardi Gras is made.

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